>brings up the following question: After his beaning in 1967, he came
>back with stats comparable to those before the injury, especially in
>1970, when he had highs in both HRs and RBIs. So what went wrong after
>that? He quit in 1971, after it seemed (going by the numbers, at least)
>that he had made a successful comeback.
around 1970-1971, thus his retirement. But he attempted a 2nd comeback
in 1974 (?), but the Red Sox had a number of young players (Lynn and Rice)
they wanted to develop so Tony was released.